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Space pod loos at Sketch, London

Because nothing beats the thrill of going for a tinkle and discovering a whole new world, we've lined up the country's most exciting / stylish / weird loos – just in case you're ever passing by!

 

The Bonneville

The loos

If you've ever been to the London Dungeon and you were a big fan, then you are going to luuurve the toilets at this London restaurant. Creep down a creaky, dimly-lit staircase, through a cobbled smoky alley and you've essentially gone to Victorian London for wee. 

 

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The food

Very tasty indeed. Traditional French bistro dishes such as pulled lamb, moules and perfectly smoked trout. Finish it all off with top-notch French cheese or a ridiculously tasty chocolate mousse for dessert. Perfection.

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The Shard

The loos

We really reccomend you don't stop by here if you're caught short and have vertigo. This incredible loo sits right at the top of the UK's tallest building in a glassy corner of restaurant Ting. Take in the whole of London as you contemplate your destiny on the porcelain. 

 

The food

Sure, you're not set to bag yourself a bargain dining at Ting but with views like that who cares? The modern British menu features cheeky Asian twists such as roast pork belly with orange and star anise. 

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the shard

Via: Tal. H / tripadvisor.co.uk

 

Sketch 

The loos

Step into the future with these totally bonkers space like pods this eerily lit Mayfair bar. An attendant in a french maid's outfit will lend you a hand towel after you've spent a spenny to the sound of applause or birdsong. Yes, it is weird.

 

The food 

There are three restaurants at Sketch, but our favourite by far is The Parlour. It's by far the least pricey and probably the most indulgent comfort food you'll ever put to your lips. Duck shepherd's pie? Yup please.

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The Crazy Bear

The loos

This restaurant in Beaconsfield really lives up to its name on the crazy front. It feels a bit like where disco came to die. You'll probably leave it humming tunes from Saturday Night Fever, but hey that's no bad thing. 

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The food

According to various reports (we've never actually eaten there) the food can be a bit hit-and-miss at this joint. The tasting menu is £70 and features the word "cloud" in relation to cauliflower. Homemade's very own Peggy says the traditional a la carte (especially the grill stuff) is pretty tasty. 

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Attendant 

The loos

So this isn't technically a restaurant with great loos, it THE great loo that is also a cafe. Geddit? Attendant is London's first cafe built in the bowels of a proper Victorian toilet. Nestle down in the crook of a genuine turn of century urinal and ponder what life in London might have been like before everyone went to Starbucks.

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The food

Don't turn up expecting a nine course tasting menu. This place is very much a coffee and sandwiches joint (and very nice sandwiches too). Saying that, their breakfast porridge is a treat.

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Via Dean Nicholas / londonist.com